Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr kissed in front of the Eiffel Tower in the movie ‘An Affair To Remember’, making us all grow up imagining a kiss just like that to floor us.
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But don’t you think Eiffel Tower is so passe now? It’s time to look for some new kissing hotspots already.
Well, we’ve done the spadework for you. Take a look at the 10 most romantic places to kiss and add them to your bucket list pronto. (Soon-to-be honeymooners, are you listening?)
Kiribati Island :
New Year’s coming and it’s time for that perfect kiss at the stroke of midnight. Head to the Pacific island of Kiribati, which is closest to the Greenwich Mean Time zone. Kiss at midnight on December 31 and be the first ones in the whole world to bring in the New Year. Special huh?
Head to the romantic city of Paris and kiss next to the famous Auguste Rodin sculpture called The Kiss in the Rodin Museum. The sculpture shows two lovers in an embrace kissing each other with all the passion in the world. Re-enact the kiss. [contentblock id=2 img=adsense.png]
Syracuse University has a stone bench called the Kissing Bench. Legend has it that any couple who has kissed while seated on the bench has eventually tied the knot. Aww!
The Bridge of Sighs:
Don’t you sigh after a passionate, romantic kiss? Well, legend says that if you kiss the love of your life in a gondola at sunset, while passing under The Bridge Of Sighs in Venice, you will be granted eternal love forever. It’s about time you head to this bridge.
Hôtel de Ville:
Remember Robert Doisneau’s iconic photograph, The Kiss on the Sidewalk. It was shot right outside Hôtel de Ville in Paris. Stand across from the ‘C’ at the cafe to kiss at the exact spot where the photograph was taken.
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Alley of the Kiss:
This alley located in Mexico has a folklore attached to it. People say that two lovers living on opposite sides of this slender alley once perished side-by-side here. Since then, locals have allegedly spotted their ghosts smooching on the balconies. Today, local lore says that couples who kiss on the third step in the alley will be rewarded with years of happiness.
The Kissing Bridge:
This rickety covered bridge might not look like much, but the dreamy light inside earned it its name. It was originally built in 1881 and is Ontario’s last remaining covered bridge.
Situated in Monterey, this lovers point is the only place on the West coast where you can see the sunrise over the water. Head here at the crack of dawn for that perfect sunrise kiss.
Heart of Yorkshire Window:
This is one special stain glass window. A part of the Minister Cathedral in York, Britain, lore has it that couples who kiss under the window will stay in love forever.